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Dec 9, 2012 8:00am PST
on this. >> in his commentary he quoted another -- >> it was a figure leaf. >> got bless america that jason wit lock and bob costas and people of their ilk are actually speelking about their issues instead of chris kol ing worth being tough quarterback for the bears after receiving a concussi concussion. >> i've got to blow the whistle. thanks for joining us this morning. >>> coming back. a secret tape recorder. was robert ales cvently pushes david petraeus to run for president? people have doubts about taking aspirin for pain. but they haven't experienced extra strength bayer advanced aspirin. in fact, in a recent survey, 95% of people who tried it agreed that it relieved their headache fast. visit today for a special trial offer. bp has paid overthe people of bp twenty-threeitment to the gulf. billion dollars to help those affected and to cover cleanup costs. today, the beaches and gulf are open, and many areas are reporting their best tourism seasons in years. and bp's also committed to america. we support nearly 250,000 jobs and invest more here than a
Dec 2, 2012 8:00am PST
. >> he'll give this network a vice. ameri america will hear it. >> based on his track record some presidents of network news operate behind the scenes. he's not like that. he will be the public face. is that an important thing? >> very important. cnn has to represent itself for its troops, public. it needs to promote not just by patting itself on the back and saying we're the greatest name and explaining and yanking people in. >> he knows that cnn is a great news organization. i want hasn't broken any stories in a couple of years. >> i wouldn't say any stories. my beef has been -- >> it's not been flagged. people don't see it. >> you have 24 hours a day. it's not like the broadcast networks we got a half hour newscast. why are the stories that are produced and pro-recorded why are they a 1:45. why aren't they five, six minutes? >> you have to have a really great story to hang on with the audience for four or five minutes. >> we live in a culture where everybody has a hand on the clicker. >> if you have great producers and story tellers. he found great talent and brought them up in
Dec 23, 2012 8:00am PST
there was an obsession on the part of the cia and the government to find people who did the terrible thing to america that they did on 9/11. why was it important for you to show that? >> well, i think it was important for us to tell a true story. and it's part of the history. it's controversial, but it's part of the history. >> david edlestein too much torture in this as a way of making if bigger at the box office? >> i don't think so. we know there was a ton of torture. my problem in some ways, there wasn't enough because one of the problems with the film is that there's no context for the torture. they torture the right people at the right time. they get the intel that they're looking for. what you don't see is the vast number of casualties of innocent people pulled in and tortured and all kinds of nonsystemic ways, generating absolutely no valuable intel whatsoever. now peter can speak to that a lot better than i can. i'm a film critic. my idea of torture is a stallone movie. from peter's book and others, that, you know, this just context actually this is just -- this is just very misrepresentativ
Dec 30, 2012 8:00am PST
that is setting the backdrop here. you agree that he gets to stay in america? >> i love watching his show. >> now, one other flap here involved the journal news newspaper, which published, as i mentioned at the top, a map. an interactive map of all the people in new york's westchester and rockland counties who legally own gun permts and this caused an uproar. people say this is a terrible abuse. the reporter who wrote the story has a gun permit. did the paper go too far? >> yes, it singles out individuals. you can't leave common sense at the door that you're talking about a weapon in someone's home that could or should have been a way of using the database and publicly available information. when you go get a gun permit, you should know people can find that out about you. >> to announce to the world and who has the guns and doesn't has guns and you talked to someone who lives in that area. >> i did. she claimed that she was brought down to the level of a sex offender. >> a woman who legally owns a gun. >> legally owns a gun and she was, she didn't want too many facts about her situation to be pri
Dec 16, 2012 8:00am PST
collectively lived through, this one has sear under to america's soul. everyone is talking about, everyone is consumed about it and every online conversation on social media sites is about what happened in newtown. i have to tell you for all of the coverage there for you and others, there are times when i have to turn off the tv and other journalists told me this before. the feelings are so raw it is hard to watch. journalists are trained to be objective, but how can any human being be dispassionate about what happened there. >> howie, i'll answer that for you, if i can. >> go ahead, soledad. >> i was going to say the same thing that wolf was going to say. i don't know if you can have no compassion or being passionate about it. sort of focusing on doing a job. i look at all the law enforcement officials here. i can't even imagine what they've been through. many talking about carrying children, you know, out of that school. i guess, for me, i think we try to focus on just getting information out and even if you have to interview grieving parents or parents who are grieving, but relieved bec
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